WHAT IS IN OUR LOGO...
Green runs through the background of our name. The colour symbolises growth, safety and stability.
We kept the green echoing quietly under the whole logo, because it portrays the stability running through this project with adult mentors.
Our teams of mentors relentlessly back up our young people, providing support, strength and enable them to grow.
The green is muted, in the background, because we prefer the young people in the project to take the spotlight.
Orange is up next! The colour of youth, success, bravery and confidence.
It goes without saying, the people leading our way are the youth of today. They will wholeheartedly be successful, through their bravery to undertake this epic task and ultimately we will stand back and watch their confidence grow.
Yellow defines joy, happiness, energy and friendship.
The children's charity is all about helping young people to make new friends, new support circles, find new opportunities to embrace, love, and thrive. Ultimately leaving us all with healthier and happier children...
Our logo glows, just like our children. The young people who are our stars, shining in the night.
Three schools & clubs
60 Children, aged 11-18. Running their own charity.
Coming together to create interventions that combat mental illness in young people
Building resilience, life skills and confidence.
30 Adult mentors who help the children bring their projects to life
Passing down support and changes for generations to come
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SCHOOLS & YOUTH ORGANISATIONS
A NOTE FROM THE GROWN UPS:
We're pretty proud of our kids. They're up for a very prestigious 'Red Rose Award'.
Here's a video of their day out to Ewood Park, the home of Blackburn Rovers.
Our epic young people pulled an incredible presentation together, overcame self doubt, found new confidence, networked like absolute professionals and well, they just made us proud.
Congratulations to all the children of 'The Children's Charity'. You deserve every moment of this wonderful day.
Some charities just look boring. This is cool, like epic, Rockstar kind of charity cool.
I love it.
Paris, aged 15.
It's the best thing I signed up to, ever. I feel like I'm doing something really important, and I get to have fun with new friends too.
James, aged 13.
When my daughter was aged 6 to 11, her reports said the same thing every year. 'Must work on her resilience'. The Children's Charity is an active solution for that. Children learn the world of business, understand rejection, how to come back from it, all whilst being supported by an amazing group of people.'
Helen, aged 42.